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The attractive site on the banks of the Swan River, just east of the historic town of Guildford, was originally taken up by the colony’s first Governor, Captain James Stirling. By 1831, he had built a cottage there, a retreat from Government House...more
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Ford Street | Swan Valley Region, Woodbridge, Swan Valley, Western Australia 6056, Australia
More attention to detail is needed with the artefacts actually suiting the era of the house. There is even a spelling mistake on the brochure given out to schools.
I was also extremely disappointed with the attitude of the volunteers who were sorting the linen....More
This is a very interesting house which dates back to Govenor Stirling.
The house has lots of stories from being occupied by the Harper family and was a school and woman's refuge.
The house is situated above the banks of the Swan River. There is...More
We were welcomed by two lovely ladies who were obviously passionate about the house and it's history. One lady gave us a very informative briefing on the history of the house and it's owners. The house itself is a real gem and well worth a...More
This is a beautiful old building which was the begining of guildford grammer school, then a place for aged women, then became part of governor stirling high and now belongs to thd national trust.I wanted to show my wife as i had had classes there...More
One of the main problems is that the artefacts on display do not relate to the correct time period. It could be an amazing place if it was made more interactive especially for school tours.
There is a spelling mistake in the brochures and the...More
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nationaltrustwa, Owner at Woodbridge, responded to this reviewResponded 31 May 2017
Hello Morgan, we'd like to know more about the error in a brochure you received, and other aspects of your experience - please feel free to email email@example.com with details. Thank you.
We recently attended a family wedding in the grounds of this beautiful old house. The venue is right on the river with a wonderful view. The Grounds of the House made an amazing backdrop for the Wedding photos. The wedding reception was undercover in a...More
nationaltrustwa, Owner at Woodbridge, responded to this reviewResponded 11 May 2017
So pleased Woobridge could be part of such a special occasion, and you enjoyed the house & grounds.